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Title
10423
Clothing company makes custom shirt for man with Cerebral Palsy
11532
What are you doing?
21377
When HQG hits 700k subscribers
17039
We Can Now Fly Using this Hoverboard!
35377
My mom is volunteering at a dog shelter and she’s shooting pictures of dogs for adoption
4886
Somebody lost their job...
8582
The Original Church's Chicken
10661
China will scrap limit on presidential term, meaning Xi Jinping can stay on
4527
Ads are getting smarter
10713
"70%" okay now what
10276
Meet Tombi, the cat who attends elementary school in Turkey
8373
Get your shit together Denmark
16641
The Greatest Massage
25803
Clever cat
49688
Clothing company makes custom shirt for man with Cerebral Palsy
1895
Abandoned 50's restaurant [1024x768]
4810
Cucumber
18119
Catatumbo lightning Is ??????
3598
Let's go through this puddle
11877
TIL - When James Cameron asked about being married 5 times, he replied, “being attracted to strong independent women has the downside that they’re strong independent women – they inherently don’t need you!”
15824
Icing a cake
2507
Downtown loft, Budapest, Hungary [7000x8000]
3292
Australian surfers invent Seabin, a rubbish bin for the ocean
12261
When you are the only original avenger that doesn’t featured in any concept art and trailers
2503
Fragile X syndrome is the most frequent cause of intellectual disability in males. For the first time, researchers have restored activity to the fragile X syndrome gene in affected neurons using a modified CRISPR/Cas9 system in a human/mouse chimeric model published in journal Cell.
2762
Works every time!
25652
Chivalry is NOT dead
6455
Thousands of baby crabs.
14372
This pistachio eating asshole
2225
Bluehole; please remove clothing spawns.
2472
Princess Zelda cosplay from Breath of the wild
18307
Has anyone ever noticed Stanley's resolution? Haha
2421
Pulling a van with a car
2085
When babushka goes to buy a shirt but doesn't know English
15366
Transgender wrestler booed in Texas final after winning
2377
PsBattle: This very large stray dog in Bangkok
2486
We should have a permanent shop for non-seasonal skins and daily sales.
5272
The Thing's practical effects
9097
Soon I will have a new apprentice. One far younger and more powerful [OC]
2886
meow_irl
6955 Dennace The CIA going to create their own VPN next? Maybe Jared from Subway can launch a babysitting service or ISIS can start a truck rental company.
1161 yodiggitty Facebook acquired Onavo in 2013 primarily for their data compression technology. Onavo had a very profitable business using VPN to spy on everything their consumer customers did on their mobile phones, clean, categorize, and aggregate the data, and then sell the aggregated data to advertisers as a market research service with a monthly subscription. Good example of how a big data company you never heard of (Onavo) can monetize you with a free product (free VPN apps). Also a good example of how a big data company will create multiple apps eg free VPN and publish them on ios and android under different developer names each with their own LLC to obfuscate the relationship between the free apps data mining you, these LLCs and the lone big data company in the background harvesting your private info and selling it for $$$.
12044 CakeAccomplice12 Facebook VPN The new prime example of an oxymoron
10215 brocalmotion With VPNs, if you're not the customer then you are the product. Don't trust a free VPN. They gotta make their money somewhere... /r/vpn
3572 TechnoSam_Belpois Why would anyone in their right mind trust Facebook for anything related to privacy?
1253 XFX_Samsung You gotta be an absolute moron to use a VPN by Facebook
2431 kennyD97 Zuck: Yeah so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard Zuck: Just ask Zuck: I have over 4,000 emails, pictures, addresses, SNS [Redacted Friend's Name\]: What? How'd you manage that one? Zuck: People just submitted it. Zuck: I don't know why. Zuck: They "trust me" [Zuck: Dumb fucks](https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Mark_Zuckerberg)
263 ct4693 what kind of joke is this? Facebook's VPN service? "free"? it's like great ebay scam
497 thudly So after the ISPs kill net neutrality, is their next campaign to make VPNs illegal? I can see it now... "Only hackers, criminals, and terrorists use these things! If you're not doing anything illegal, you have nothing to hide!"